nations. put this in perspective for us, yuval rosenberg. where do we stand with other nations? guest: she is right, it is all relative. the u.s. lost its aaa rating from s&p. it still has the aaa rating from the other to the major rating agencies, moody's and fitch, but over the past year, we have seen the market is essential be more concerned about the situation in europe. that turns out to be good for the u.s., for u.s. treasurys and investors and for the dollar, in a lot of cases. we have only 11 s&p rated aaa countries left in the world- germany, australia, some other places. but in terms of the market, the u.s. essentially triple-a-rated, quadruple a raided, even, places that still trust and the u.s. is one of them. in terms of investing in u.s.